Drive from Reykjavik to Snaefellsnes (Road Journey)
Snaefellsnes Peninsula with Horseback Riding
Private tour with a luxury vehicle. Snaefellsjokull glacier is the location Jules Verne picked as the beginning of his book, Journey to the Center of the Earth. Snaefellsnes peninsula is a bird's paradise, with sandy beaches on one side and the mountains on the other and Snaefellsjokull glacier towering over.
Gerduberg: wall of beautiful basalt columns, forming geometric patterns in the cliffs.
Snaefellsjokull glacier: Snaefellsjokull glacier lies atop an extinct volcano. A magnificent sight, it rises, solitary, at the end of the peninsula, into the North Atlantic sky.
Hellnar: An area with rugged shore cliffs and abundant bird life. Nearby are a wealth of caves, volcanic craters chasms and fantastic lava formations.
Djupalonssandur: A sandy beach on the foot of Snaefellsjokull. It was once home to sixty fishing boats and one of the most prolific fishing villages on the Snaefellsnes peninsula but today the bay is uninhabited.
Horse back riding: The Icelandic Horse is certainly a unique horse breed - bred exclusively and naturally, isolated in the far North Atlantic. Bred in a country where the air is pure and landscape magnificent, raised in a wild herd in wide open spaces, learning to be courageous, respectful and independent.
Drive from Snaefellsnes to Reykjavik (Road Journey)
You will be staying at Alda Hotel Reykjavik, Bed & Breakfast